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(Last Update 14:55 on Tuesday, 29 February 2000)
How to play
- Simon is a simple memory game in which your goal is to repeat the sequence of
tones that the computer plays. Each tone lights up a quadrant and each quadrant
has its own tone.
- If you have visual memory, or your computer doesn't play the sounds,
you can still play by repeating the sequence of quadrants that light up.
- When the applet loads it is in practice mode and simply
plays the tones for the quadrants that you click.
- Type a digit from 1 to 9 to select the level (number of tones) on which
you want to start playing. You may have to click on the applet first.
- Listen or watch the sequence of tones as the computer plays them.
When it has finished, click on the quadrants in the same sequence.
- If you click on the wrong quadrant, the quadrant that you should have clicked
will light up and a rasp will sound. (The applet will reenter practice mode.)
- If you correctly repeat the sequence, an additional tone will be added
and the computer will play the new sequence.
- The status bar will show you how many tones there are in the current sequence.
- You can start a new sequence at any time by typing a digit from 1 to 9.
You can enter practice mode at any time by typing any other key.